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Ariocarpus retusus

Ariocarpus retusus

Ariocarpus retusus

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The False peyote (Ariocarpus retusus) belongs to Cactaceae (the Cactus family). It is a living rock cuctus that is distributed from Texas in the United States to Mexico. It has caudex, which rises hemispherically above the ground. It is 3 to 12 cm tall and 10 to 25 cm in diameter with overlapping gray or blue-green, triangular, fleshy leaves. White or pink flowers bloom in the fall. 
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[’†] “¯ã‚ɂāA2003”N11ŒŽ14“úŽB‰eB
[‰º] “¯ã‚ɂāA2005”N12ŒŽ07“úŽB‰eB 

Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp